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My schools "Country Boys" Long story

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Posted by AllisG on January 19, 2013 at 09:23:23 from (

Went out and bought a plow yesterday from a couple guys from my school that try and be country as possible,(talk, dress, walk, ect) these 2 told me they had a tractor tiller to sell or scrap. I go out there and its a dearborn 2 bottom and if i dont buy it they would SCRAP IT!!! I bought it and he went and got one of his dads tractors to pick it up. he comes back riding the clutch with it throttled as high as possible. After 3 tries he gets it backed up to the plow he asks how to hook it up, i said the 3 point he says Whats that? then i have to show him how to lower it. after its all hooked up he gets it half lifed up and goes full throttle tries to rip it out of the ground, he managed to rip the back coulter off the plow. i ended up 120 for it. He goes on to try and sell this rod thingy(pto shaft) this big metal thing(backblade) and a nice 5ft ford mower that in his words is ruined.

TO my point no matter how many pairs of boots you wear, cans of chew you do, and big trucks you drive it wont make you true country.

From a real country boy,



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